James Corden’s wife Julia Carey wows in a plunging gown as the couple cosy up at LACMA’s 10th Art+Film Gala
James Corden looked more suave than ever before as he attended the star-studded LACMA’s 10th annual Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles on Saturday alongside his glamorous wife Julia Carey.
The chat show host, 43, wore all Gucci, donning a smart green blazer and bow tie which he paired with black trousers.
He looked smitten with wife Julia, who he tied the knot with in 2012 and who complemented him in another Gucci ensemble.
Handsome couple: James Corden looked more suave than ever before as he attended the star-studded LACMA’s 10th annual Art+Film Gala with wife Julia Carey in Los Angeles on Saturday
They are parents to 10-year-old son Max and daughters Carey, six, and Charlotte, three.
Julia wowed in a stunning white gown, which boasted lace detailing, a corset-inspired bodice and a contrasting green belt.
The blonde beauty wore her tresses pulled back from her face in an elegant updo and completed her look with smoky black eyeliner.
Hugs: The chat show host, 43, donned a smart green blazer and bow tie which he paired with black trousers as he embraced actress Eva Longoria
The outing comes as James is set to becomes the UK’s best paid television personality after reportedly signing a £15million, two-year deal with US TV chiefs.
The Londoner could surpass Ant and Dec as the highest earning TV star, with his potential £7.5million annual income topping the duo’s £6.6million for their stints on ITV.
Other celebrity guests at the LACMA event included Miley Cyrus, Hailey Bieber, Jared Leto, Dakota Johnson and Elle Fanning.
Smiles all round: James and his wife both wore Gucci and he was pictured beaming at the camera alongside singer-songwriter The Bullitts
The LACMA Art+Film Gala returned as an in-person occasion on Saturday after being canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the safety precautions that went along with it.
Gucci continued its partnership with the beloved Los Angeles art museum by returning as this year’s sponsor. It comes amid the luxury brand’s 100th Anniversary, with Audi also lending support to the annual event.
According to LACMA, all of the proceeds garnered from the gala ‘go toward underwriting LACMA’s initiative to make film more central to the museum’s curatorial programming, while also funding LACMA’s broader mission.’
This mission includes ‘exhibitions, acquisitions, and educational programming, in addition to screenings that explore the intersection of art and film.’
Since its inception, the Art+Film Gala has honored the likes of directors Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorsese, Stanley Kubrick, and Clint Eastwood, as well as the likes of artists Betye Saar, Catherine Opie, and John Baldessari.
Star-studded: Other celebrity guests at the LACMA event included the likes of Miley Cyrus (left) and Hailey Bieber (right)